We went to the company in the days after the blizzard, so parking was difficult, but it was worth it. Our little tour was conducted by the wonderful lady who does the hand made... read more
Because of the food safety restrictions, we can no longer offer tours...
Because of the food safety restrictions, we can no longer offer tours through our production area. However we are able to provide a revised tour that includes a presentation of our history and a chocolate experience of how we make chocolate by hand and candy that cannot be made on a machine. You will see and learn how chocolate is tempered and how to make hollows. We also have a video available that shows plant production.
Currently our chocolate experience is available Monday thru Thurs at 1pm however with larger groups we may be able to accommodate other times.
Also, our Das Sweeten Haus retail store and museum are open most days. The Das Sweeten Haus museum features illustrations of old-time American candy craftsmen. You'll see many special display cases filled with wooden sugar molds, glass candy jars, and many other priceless antiques. You'll also see a video of the Wolfgang candy-making process ... Along with a complete history of the Wolfgang family who made their candy making dream come true in York, PA back in 1921.